Captive native birds

To: <>, "Penelope Drake-Brockman" <>
Subject: Captive native birds
From: "Meg" <>
Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2002 15:17:01 +1000
<Education is one the answers and continued protection
of the wild birds against poaching and destruction of
breeding trees. >
Penny, your right. No one is disputing that education is the key, but in
order to educate... people have to want to listen.

<And let us have less of the sort of
thing that was in the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday
appealing to the "bambi" public>
As the person that was interviewed for that article, it might be time to
remind people that journalists do take liberties when deciding to condense a
half hour conversation into two small sentences.

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